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One Hundred and Ninety-fourth Regiment, Company E



Recruited in Schuylkill and Dauphin Counties, Pennsylvania

Curtin Fencibles
194th PA Regiment Co. E

Captain
Henry J. Dintinger

First Lieutenant
Samuel M. Mitchell

Second Lieutenant
Samuel M. Sayford

First Sergeant
Quintis S. Seip

Sergeant
Jacob Cuin
John P. Dintinger
William H. Hardesty
Henry Bender

Corporal
Theodore J. Schwartz
John Keller
Henry A. Shindel
Edward McGowen
Daniel Houser
Theodore M. Loder
George Britsch
Martin McComas
James Krippner

Musician
George Bush
John Morris

Privates
Bocker, Isaac
Broderick, Thomas
Byerts, Edward
Baker, Mathias
Boyer, Henry W.
Black, Hugh
Coutts, John
Campbell,  Charles
Conley, Patrick
Cashrur, Jeremiah
Etter, William
Fortenbaugh, William
Felix, Samuel
Foltz, Michael
Frey, James
Frankern, Edward L.
Garbrick, William
Garrett, Fillmore
Gibson, George
Gilbaugh, George
Hoffman, Erastus
Hallman, Philip
Horlet, Michael
Houser, Joseph
Jenkins, George
Kuntz, Samuel
Kimmel, George
Koerper, Samuel
Kistler, Wilson P.
Kocher, William
Kleckner, Samuel
Kauffman, Charles
Kepner, Samuel
King, Thomas
Krause, Joseph
Landis, Robert
Ludy, Daniel
Maloney, Michael
Messerman, Mat
Moyer, John C.
Morsday, George
Nerry, Joseph
Neidig, David
Orms, James
Orth, Charles
Owens, George
Robinson, Andrew
Ratcliff, Samuel
Reifsnyder, A. C.
Rinker, Charles
Shiffler, William
Swoyer, William L.
Spurr, Thomas
Samuel, Lewis
Simms, John
Seitzinger, Nicholas
Scott, William
Shaffer, Charles
Trace, Milton
Ulrich, Elwood
Van Horn, Daniel
Welker, Charles
Williams, Joseph
Willas, James
Widner, William
Waters, John
Welch, Rice
Yeaker, Peter

Source: Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman), 1827-1902.: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, by Samuel P. Bates.




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